Andy Benoit

Andy Benoit

Head of Football Analysis

Prior to joining The 33rd Team as an NFL analyst, Benoit worked for Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams coaching staff from 2020 through 2022. Before that he was a football analyst, writer and content producer for Peter King’s MMQB at Sports Illustrated (2013-2019), as well as at CBS Sports (2010-11) and The New York Times (2010-2013).


Film Room Notes on Week 3 Major Matchups

Note: Stats below do NOT include garbage time Giants @ 49ers  Giants O vs. 49ers D Niners DL stunts * Giants last season struggled mightily against pass rush stunts at times, and no defense save for maybe Dallas runs stunts better or more often than San Francisco. This season the Niners have featured a lot […]


2023 NFL Week 2: Matchups To Watch, Previewing Every Game

Andy Benoit and Cody Swartz provide insight into the Sunday and Monday games for Week 2 of the 2023 NFL season. Sunday, 1 p.m. ET Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals Cody Swartz: With Odell Beckham Jr., Rashod Bateman and Zay Flowers, the Baltimore Ravens appear to now be an 11-personnel-based offense after using that league-wide […]

Film Breakdowns

Jordan Love TD Displays ‘Perfect Quarterbacking’

Green Bay Packers QB Jordan Love was 15 of 27 for 245 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in a Week 1 win over the rival Chicago Bears. And on this third-quarter touchdown pass to Aaron Jones, Love displayed “perfect” quarterbacking traits.


2023 NFL Week 1: Matchups To Watch, Previewing Every Game

Andy Benoit and our other experts here at The 33rd Team give you some insight on the weekend games for Week 1 of the 2023 NFL season, Week 1 Matchup Previews Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons Panthers Offense vs. Falcons Defense The Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Falcons have new play-callers. We know what to […]


Cornerback Might Now Be the Most Important Position on Defense

For years, pass rushers have been considered the most important position on defense, but Greg Cosell wonders if, these days, that title might belong to the corners. Cosell and Andy Benoit discuss that in the debut of “Behind the Screen.” Listen to the entire podcast on Apple and Spotify, and watch on YouTube.


Ranking NFL’s Top 9 WRs Under 6 Feet Tall

These days, the average height of an NFL wide receiver is a hair over 6 feet tall, and height has become an important measurement at the NFL Combine. But across history, there have been plenty of talented wide receivers under that 6-foot mark. Here are the nine best WRs under 6 feet tall currently playing […]

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